2007 News Archive

- 2007 Pantomime Released!

-Chuckle's DVD Hits The Shops

-Paul injured in smash

-Chuckle's Do Comic Relief

-Pirates of the River Rother DVD

-Millers Make two big Signings

 

 

 

 

 

 
2007-8-22| Chuckle's Magic Panto Ride!

International Artists and Phil Dale have released Paul and Barry's Next Adventure for 2007, The Boys will star in a Special Touring Version of Aladdin which is the very first Pantomime of its kind as it will tour around the UK. All the dates and venue's have been posted on our Pantomime page along with box office booking numbers.

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2007-5-21 | Chuckle's DVD Hits the Shop Shelf!

Today was a very special day for Paul and Barry as it saw there very first DVD hit the shops. The DVD can also be bought online by visiting the shop section of the website, thechucklebrothersontour.co.uk has done a deal with Amazon who are selling the DVD on behalf of the website. The Chuckle Brothers unique brand of entertainment, distinctive catchphrases and knack for bringing mayhem and chaos wherever they go has made them firm family favourites with children of all ages. Their adventure aboard a pirate ship in ‘The Pirates Of The River Rother’ is no exception! Before long they are causing havoc and hilarity whilst tackling pirates and looking for lost treasures, riding the waves on the high seas.

Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.co.uk

 
2007-04-27 |  Paul Chuckle (Elliott) injured in a motorbike smash.

Paul in Motorbike smash

He was injured when he fell off his bike during a family holiday on the Greek island of Kefalonia.

Paul and brother Barry are the stars of BBC1 show Chuckle Vision. He broke his nose and received cuts and bruises.

Some British tourists stopped at the accident, but instead of helping him out, they shouted out the Chuckle Brothers' catchphrase: "To me, to you."

Paul also got a black eye, but that shouldn't hinder his Chuckle vision.

The comedian said he was enjoying the ride when there was a steep curve in the road - and came across a shepherd with his flock of goats.

He said: "As I braked I lost control and I'm not sure exactly what happened. The next thing I knew, I was on the floor with the motorbike on top of me."

The Current Tour Spooky Goings on will still play the full Tour.

 
2007-03-14 | Chuckle's Do Comic Relief

Paul and Barry will once again be supporting the 2007 Red Nose day appeal on Friday 16th March. Paul and Barry Will be selling a selection of signed merchandise and posters on eBay and all the proceeds will be going direct to comic relief.

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2007-02-09 | Pirates of the River Rother DVD Date

Many of you have been waiting for some news about the long awaited DVD Pirates of the River Rother, The official website can now confirm that a release date has now been reached and that date is, Monday 21st May 2007. The DVD will be sold in all good DVD stores and supermarkets. This is a massive breakthrough for Paul and Barry as there last Video release Goofy Golfers was a massive hit among fans.
 

2007-02-07 | Millers Make Two Big Signings

Rotherham United Chairman, Denis Coleman is delighted to announce the appointment of new Honorary Presidents in the shape of The Chuckle Brothers. Paul and Barry have taken up the role with immediate effect.

Denis said: 'It is great for the club to be able to recognise its most famous fans in this way. We are doing everything we can to encourage more kids to come down to Millmoor as we recognise they are our fans of the future The brothers are massive Millers supporters and they will be doing all they can to endorse and improve the profile of the club. It has been a tough time in recent months for all concerned with Rotherham United and it is nice to be sharing some good news.'

The brothers, stars of BBC One's 'Chucklevision', have followed the team for over five decades and consider it a privilege to be asked to take up the honorary position.

Paul said: 'It is a real pleasure to be associated with the club in this way. Things have been difficult for them over the last few years and we hope to improve the club's image and encourage everyone to get behind the team. We were born just up the road from Millmoor; Rotherham United is in our blood.'

Barry added: 'Wherever we appear people know we are Millers fans, now we can look forward to making that connection even better. The town needs this football team and we are relishing the opportunity to support Denis and Alan in getting the club back in the Championship.'